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Tree Planting at Tolt MacDonald Park

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Date & Time
Saturday, November 11, 2017 | 10am - 2pm
Tolt-MacDonald Park
Project Difficulty
Easy to Moderate
Age Restriction
Any participant under 13 years old must be accompanied by an adult.
What to Bring

For safety, volunteers are required to wear:

  • Long pants (we’ll be working with tools, so no shorts!)
  • Sturdy, close-toed shoes (rubber boots are nice this time of year)
  • Gloves (provided)

In addition, we recommend that participants bring:

  • Warm layers, especially during the fall, winter, and spring
  • Rain gear
  • Big sack lunch
  • At least one full water bottle
  • Small daypack for lunch, extra layers, etc…
Where to Meet and Parking Information
From I-90 – Take exit 22 toward Preston/Fall City. If you are heading eastbound, take a left onto SE 82nd St, if you are heading westbound, take a right onto SE 82nd St. Turn right onto SE Highpoint Way. Highpoint Way will turn into Preston-Fall City Road. Continue on for about 4 miles then turn right onto WA-202 E/ SE Redmond-Fall City Rd. At the traffic circle, take the 2nd exit onto WA-203 N/Fall City-Carnation Rd and continue on. After you pass Remlinger Farms turn left onto NE 32nd St/NE Tolt Hill Rd – you will then turn right into the “boat launch” parking lot just before the bridge that goes over the Snoqualmie River. Look for Greenway signs and staff to direct you to parking. Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/i82XU53rYQP2

King County Parks and Recreation's 574-acre park sits at the confluence of the Snoqualmie and Tolt Rivers in the beautiful Snoqualmie Valley. A 500-foot suspension foot bridge crosses the Snoqualmie River and offers terrific views of the river and Cascade foothills. During the fall, you can observe spawning salmon in the river below and eagles and osprey soaring above.

The area that currently serves as Tolt-MacDonald Park was one of several large permanent wintering villages that the Snoqualmie Tribes occupied along the Tolt, Snoqualmie, and Raging Rivers, and continues to be an important cultural site and a focal point for the Snoqualmie Tribe's restoration program. Greenway volunteers will plant native trees and shrubs along the Tolt River to support restoration efforts led by the Snoqualmie Tribe and King County Parks and Recreation.

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